The fine line that every photographer must walk

By Ray Leyesa

“A still photograph stops time. It gives the viewer a moment to think, to react, to feel,” says acclaimed photojournalist Renee Byer as she described the power of pictures in storytelling.

The Trafficking Dynamics in the Caribbean Region: How local authorities and stakeholders coordinate their efforts

Ten years ago, few Caribbean countries had a national law that criminalized human trafficking, cases on official record, hotlines or counter-trafficking units to assist victims and pursue traffickers. These days you would be hard-pressed to find a Caribbean country lacking any of these essential tools.

New Phase in Turkey’s Efforts to Combat Trafficking in Human Beings

Since the disintegration of the Soviet Union, human trafficking has emerged as one of the major transnational phenomenon affecting Turkey. Responding to the problem, the country has developed a comprehensive countertrafficking policy and programme implemented by the Government.

What Has Happened to ‘Sex Trafficking’?

The question assumes two things: 1) that trafficking for sexual exploitation was in focus in the past, but 2) this is now no longer the case. Both assumptions are worth teasing out.